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David Smith, untitled I have to admit that while plenty of Damien Walter's "Weird Things" columns at The Guardian are interesting, and it's really wonderful to see a major newspaper paying regular attention such stuff, and Walter seems like a passionate and thoughtful person... the latest one, titled, "Should science fiction and fantasy do more than entertain?" pretty much made me gag.
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